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Old 16th November 2015
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

Yes, but if you can handle it look how macho that lot looks! Adds nearly as many inches to your personal physique as a Ferrari.
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

Hi Graham, LOL, there are some people who love the big stuff(you see them everywhere you go) and then there are the sensible people who love MFT, this photo made me smile, I can feel a twinge in my back just looking at this shot,thanks for sharing
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

Of course, every good photographer should have six cameras & at least two with bazookas attached.
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

At least the guy looks happy.

But then he may just have found them and is heading home to get them on eBay
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At least the guy looks happy.

But then he may just have found them and is heading home to get them on eBay
That or he's just a poser! The lens covers are still on & one hood is reversed (although I've seen many Canon owners use their camera outside like that ).
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He could be an assistant. I've carried a lot of kit back in the day...
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

Not sure if that is a smile or a grimace of pain from all the weight - one sore neck on it's way.
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

Surprised the boat he is on hasn't sunk
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

FOUR separate cameras with FOUR separate ultra telephotos... pose..
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

Lens Porn
Given the choice of one of these white beauties and my LUMIX 100-300 on my Olympus, I know which I'd be choosing

Probably laughing because someone gave him a Nikon to hold

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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

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I think most of us agree Graham.


Not my pic (pity) - it was taken at Hatfield Forest which John Perriment had organised.

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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

I missed that one, and do so enjoy the group meetings.

Hopefully we can do something again soon.
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Re: The logic of MFT is obvious - for some.

He seems to have forgotten one with a Macro lens on, now that is just slipshod work ethic
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I think most of us agree Graham.


Not my pic (pity) - it was taken at Hatfield Forest which John Perriment had organised.

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